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EXCLUSIVE VIDEO: Joe Francis' New Bride Caught On Camera Without $500K Ring

May 28 2018, Updated 10:17 a.m. ET

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Joe Francis' volatile two-month old marriage continues to spark controversy after caught his new bride on camera without the $500,000 diamond engagement ring he gave her when she said 'I Do'.

Watch the video on first broke the story that Christina McLarty had moved out of their Bel Air mansion and into her mother's house after only seven weeks of marriage.

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Yet, despite facing a possible divorce, the Girls Gone Wild founder flatly denied's report, labeling it "false" and "funny".

When a reporter spoke with McLarty on Wednesday at her mother's Los Angeles home where she has been staying, the CBS television reporter was stony-faced and dodged questions about the split.

She stayed silent when asked if her short marriage was over and notably wasn't wearing a wedding or engagement ring.

Francis famously gave McLarty a nine-carat custom diamond ring, valued at just under a half a million dollars, when he popped the big question in St. Tropez while on vacation earlier this year.

The pair wed in a lavish civil ceremony in early November at Francis' posh estate in Punta Mita, Mexico.

However, as first revealed, the marriage appears short-lived as Francis was overheard discussing his separation with close friends at Bruce and Kris Jenner's annual Christmas eve party.

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"Christina moved out a bit after Thanksgiving," said a source.

"He was talking about the details of the separation openly while at the Kardashian holiday party."

As McLarty's mom told she too wasn't prepare to comment about the break-up, we saw suitcases strewn across the living room floor at the modest Studio City, California, home.

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